The governor said the region’s leadership was ready to give their best in the development and implementation of the 10-year (2020-2030) master plan of the region.
The British envoy informed Mr Buni that the project targeting over 270,000 pupils includes the procurement of educational facilities and teachers’ training.
A consultant for the global education body said teachers will receive financial support for complying with the directive not to go to the farm in the morning.
The UN official noted that “for too long,” children in Borno suffered the consequences of protracted conflict, died or were maimed.
“Troops recovered one AK 47 Rifle, a truck, two motorcycles, four empty magazines, and rounds of 7.62mm ammunition amongst others.”
“It is sad that some people lost their lives… But it shows you the cowardly nature of those behind those attacks.”
The governor in his Christmas message lauded the armed forces on the frontlines battling to ensure citizens have a peaceful Christmas.
No injuries or fatalities were immediately confirmed but a resident who spoke with Peoples Gazette said the violence had sent residents scampering for safety.
NEMA said it would support Borno to ensure the IDPs were safely returned with dignity in line with international standards.
Army spokesman said the security operatives took out Boko Haram and Islamic State’s West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorists in a fierce battle.